Meghan Markle 'has wardrobe of clothes flown over to London after unofficially moving into Kensington Palace'
Meghan Markle has reportedly "unofficially moved into" Kensington Palace with boyfriend Prince Harry.
The Suits actress (35) has been spending more and more time at her royal boyfriend's residence as their relationship continues to heat up.
It was believed that Markle was set to move into the property this summer after renovations were completed, but fresh reports say the couple are happy with the cosy size of the home and are already setting up together.
It's worth pointing out that the couple are currently residing in Nottingham Cottage, the same property where Kate Middleton and Prince William lived after their wedding while they waited for their apartment at the palace to be renovated.
"The fact is, Harry and Meghan have been living together for awhile. Meghan came to England on December 27 last year and was over here for abouts seven weeks," an insider told Grazia.
"She spent the whole time with Harry at Nottingham Cottage, where they have pretty much set up home together. They are very comfortable there and neither of them needs a bigger place at the moment."
It might have been Harry's place first but the American actress, who plays Rachel Zane on the popular legal drama, is making her presence felt - putting some finishing touches on the decor and adding "creature comforts so it feels like her home too."
"Meghan had a wardrobe of clothes and quite a few of her things flown over because of the amount of time she was spending in London," the source added.
It comes as no surprise that the couple's relationship is moving apace despite being together less than a year - she has already received the seal of approval from his father Prince Charles, his sister-in-law Kate and of course, Prince George.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth, who has yet to meet Meghan, is said to be "delighted to see Harry in a loving relationship."
And she is the only girlfriend of his to spend long periods at the palace - his ex Cressida Bonas spent a handful of evenings there while Chelsy Davy, whom he dated for six years, never stayed there.